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The European Commission's decision to fine Google €2.42 billion for breach of EU competition law is significant for Google – but also exposes failings in the Commission's processes.
Boris Johnson's appointment as Prime Minister has greatly increased the chance of a "No Deal Brexit", with Cabinet Minister Michael Gove announcing that the Government is now "working on the assumption" that the UK will leave the European Union without a deal on 31 October 2019.
The UK Government has lodged an annulment application to the General Court in respect of a recent EC decision which found certain parts of the CFC Group Financing Exemption gave rise to unlawful State aid.
The CMA has recently confirmed its approach towards holding directors personally responsible for their companies' competition law breaches.
Find out about the Competition and Markets Authority's findings and what this decision means for business.
The past few days have seen significant escalation in the trade tensions between the European Union ("EU") and the United States ("U.S.") as a result of the never-ending Airbus-Boeing dispute over subsidies.
DWF has advised on the management buyout (MBO) by Maven of Scottish business, CMS Window System (CMS), a manufacturer of premium windows and doors. This is the fourth investment made by Maven’s UK Regional Buyout Fund.
After much speculation, late 2018 saw the adoption of laws opening a relaxation of foreign investment thresholds in UAE companies. While the international free zones in the UAE have long played a meaningful part in attracting foreign investment, where foreign investment thresholds do not apply, it is the UAE’s adoption of Federal Decree No. (19) of 2018 on Foreign Direct Investment (the “FDI Law”) which is the game changer for further FDI into certain sectors of the UAE’s economy
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